Inspired by this puzzle where an oppogram was defined as an anagram of opposites

For example:

$$\color{blue}{ratify }\space\color{red}{smart}\space\color{green}{peace}\rightarrow\color{blue}{deny}\space\color{red}{slow}\space\color{green}{war} = \color{red}{W}\color{green}{a}\color{blue}{yne}\text{'}\color{red}{s}\space\color{green}{W}\color{red}{o}\color{green}{r}\color{red}{l}\color{blue}{d}$$

The following three oppograms are linked by a common author:

• Order from nothing
• Wild whole no

Of what are they oppograms?

• @ABcDexter other way around - opposite of each word first, then anagram the group of three words. then each anagrammed thing is connected by a single other thing. May 2, 2016 at 14:50
• @ABcDexter first we find antonyms then we perform rearangement May 2, 2016 at 14:50
• Hopefully this will encourage more, but tougher ones :) May 2, 2016 at 14:55
• Yes, absolutely, we all love anagrams, dont we :D May 2, 2016 at 14:56
• @ABcDexter Seedy Wo! May 2, 2016 at 15:03

The author is:

Stephen King

Oppograms:
Order from nothing:

Mess to all -> Salem's Lot

Wild whole no:

Tame part yes -> Pet sematary

Sent high in -> The Shining

The common author is

Stephen King

Order from nothing:

mess to all = "Salem's lot"

Wild whole no:

Tame part yes = "Pet Sematary"